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Extra-Territorial Application of the European Convention on Human Rights after Al-Skeini and Al-Jedda

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Both annotated judgments are concerned with some prerequisites for the responsibility of a Convention State (i.e., the United Kingdom) for the breach of Convention human rights through behaviours of that State carried out outside its national territory, i.e. through the extra-territorial acts or omissions. However, each of those judgments puts its emphasis on a different prerequisite for the aforementioned responsibility: while Al-Jedda is centred on the issue of imputability of extra-territorial acts to the Convention State, Al-Skeini focuses rather on the issue of jurisdiction of the Convention State over individuals whose human rights are claimed to be in breach.

Affiliations: 1: University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland


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